Justin Bieber gets by with a little help from his friends -- and his fans. After the "Nothing Like Us" singer posted on Twitter about what he called his "worst birthday," Beliebers all over the globe rallied to turn things around. And it looks like it worked.
On Saturday, March 2, the 19-year-old heartthrob returned to the micro-blogging site to express his appreciation for all the sweet messages from fans. "I see and saw all the posts from around the world," he wrote. "U got me smiling. Love u. Thank u."
Bieber then proceeded to retweet several of the kind shout-outs, along with a quote from his manager, Scooter Braun: "Life is a roller coaster. Just know when u dip low it is only to build excitement as u will fly high again. Enjoy the journey."
March 1 was certainly a low for the pop star. He and some of his pals -- including Will Smith's son Jaden Smith -- were celebrating his birthday in London when the party was cut short by security at Cirque du Soir, who told Bieber's team that Smith, 14, wasn't old enough to be at the club.
"There was never any mention of Jaden being there, so when he showed up, it caused problems," a source told Us Weekly of the confrontation. "They could have stayed if Jaden left, but Justin wanted to be loyal to his good friend."